The Place for Family Fun

Shelters and Gazebos

Richard L. Vissing Park

Richard L. Vissing Park. The park can be found off of East 10th Street at the end of Vissing Park Road, one block east of Allison Lane.

Highland Dog Park

Highland Dog Park is made up of two fenced in areas, which allows residents to exercise their dogs in an off-leash setting. All patrons & their dogs use the park entirely at their own risk.

John Wilcoxson Park

John Wilcoxson Park is located in close proximity to the little league ball park, allowing parents a convenient distraction from the games for their other children.

Richard B. Wathen Park

Wathen Park has long been the park of choice to Oak Park residents for Birthday parties and family reunions. It is located on Regina Avenue via Allison Lane in the Wathen Heights subdivision.

Luther F. Warder Park

This beautiful park is one of the first sights that visitors see when entering Jeffersonville. The Warder Park Gazebo is used for many special events throughout the year such as concerts and weddings.

Port Fulton Park

Located directly behind the Howard Steamboat Museum off of East Market Street, in the neighborhood of Port Fulton. The park is bordered to the north by the city flood wall, which begins its run through the city at Jefferson Street.

Henry Lansden Park

Henry Lansden Park is located in the northwest area of Jeffersonville. It is bordered by the Claysburg neighborhood, and Spring Hill Elementary School.

Connie Sellmer Park

This park features a playground, shelter house, dog agility stations, and more!

Robert A. “Bob” Hedge Park

Bob Hedge Park is home to the cities first developmentally advantageous playground, where children with or without disabilities can play together in a safe and healthy atmosphere.